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Is This the World’s Smallest Cup of Coffee?

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Unfortunately, the beverage was made for promotional purposes and won’t be offered for sale
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Opposite the world’s smallest cup of coffee, the largest cup of coffee weighed in at 2,010 gallons.

Paulig, a coffee company in Finland, enlisted the help of artist Lucas Zannoto to create what could be the world’s smallest cup of coffee, Food & Wine reported. The tiny cup of joe was made from one single-origin coffee bean, perfect for coffee purists.

To make the “world’s smallest cup of coffee,” a single roasted Kenya AA+ Karindum bean was ground with an emery board and boiled over a tea light candle. The grounds are poured into a mini filter and dispensed drip by drip for a pour over-style coffee and served in a small mug.

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Unfortunately, the coffee was made for a short promotional video, so it most likely won’t be available at your local coffee shop. However, since New York City is home to the most expensive cup of coffee at $18, maybe the world’s smallest cup of coffee is next.